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of infrastructure that community's going to require. narrator: las vegas is one of the fast-growing areas in the country. it's a relatively new city under constant construction. but because it's in the arid mojave desert, the challenge of las vegas is supply. woman: all the growth and everything that's occurred in southern nevada has been with colorado river water. without it, the west as you know it today couldn't exist. narrator: to sustain their growing community with its limited supply, las vegas learned to be extremely efficient. mulroy: this is a desert, and it has its own beauty, but you have to get beyond what you're used to. as long as people recognize they're moving to the desert and give up this notion that they have to bring eastern vegetation with them and make the necessary adaptations in their own life, desert communities can continue to live. man: the biggest water user in the desert is turf. turf uses a lot of irrigation and uses spray irrigation, so what we've done here is use artificial turf. you're never going to be able to achieve the look of back east o
work to anddite the man suspected of killing three people in las vegas. he is due to be sent from los angeles to las vegas by may 10. a status hearing is set for next wednesday. he is accuse of shooting a man. his car crashed into a taxi, killing the driver and a passengers. >>> scientists are expressing excitement about a nasa project supported by the president. ktvu's robert handa is live where scientists talked about studying astroids is crucial. >>> the presidented -- >> reporter: the president said it should be a higher budget priority than returning to the moon and today many say it is a spart decision, especially -- smart decision, especially if we can to go deeper into space. >> reporter: nasa wants to make the initiative reality. the $1.5 million project could send a space capture to redirect a largasttroid to orbit near the moon and they will send scientists to the asteroid to study it. he led an expedition when a meat crashed 5 -- meteor crashed five years ago. >> one type of astroids tells a story about the earth, how did things becam
at the intermountain west. boise at 79. in vegas and phoenix, just getting a little more toasty and heading in a warmer direction as we get ready for that summer season. as far as what we deal with throughout the rest of the day into the weekend, there's some showers in the forecast in seattle, especially into saturday. but it's not going to drench really the entire region. we're only going to be looking at light rain and pretty much that forecast holds into sunday. as far as the weekend goes, there's really not a lot of weather concerns. just we've had a great week of spoiled sunshine in seattle. just not going to last quite as long. that's a look a higher, start slapping that sunscreen on, too. cooler on the coast, though. >>> overall, just like the west coast, much of the country is warm enough finally. >> i don't know if folks know this, but you've got two remote controls on your desk here. were they working earlier? >> one works, sometimes one doesn't. you've got to be prepared. >> off camera, boy's like this. >> were you a boy scout? >> yeah, i was. sometimes we need two, but it looks great. bill
eduardo vega that said that force is not treatment. that basically the key is to approach people with mental illness with love, kindness and compassion. i know from our editorial page that when we have written about laura's law that some of the post poignant arguments from family members that they have done everything they can do but don't know how to help a loved one. what would you have done? could force treatment made a difference? >> yes. absolutely. laura's law is not forced treatment. i don't know why mr. vega keeps using that word because laura's law is an upfront tool before somebody needs crisis. if they are proven to be a danger to themselves or someone else, a judge tries to get a treatment team and they try to talk with this person and figure out a way for them to stay out of the hospital. we have forced treatment, we have 51/50. my son has been through 51/50 numerous times. he's been slammed with this. this is a horrible experience. laura's law is a tool, only a tool that may help. for whoever can help, and thank god they don't to have go through the other part. i
in the oven yesterday. maybe a lot in the oven. it was 102 in phoenix yesterday. 99 in las vegas. that 99, that's the warmest temperature you've ever had in april. so we're going to have another warm day today but not quite as hot through the desert southwest. there's actually a lot of cold air spilling down through the rockies into idaho and wyoming. the cool air will push a little bit of that hot air out. mild in the coming days. much of california, still stuck in the clouds along the southern california coast. here's how we look temperatures this morning. notice the contrast. still very warm in vegas and also phoenix. like midsummer temperatures to start your day. look to your north. boise's at 37. there is cold air in the northern portions of the rockies. today's forecast, much cooler in boise than anywhere else. but still another very warm, if not hot, day from phoenix to tucson all the way into vegas. that's your national forecast. now here's a look at the weat b warm day for you. 82 and sunny. >>> doesn't look like many chances of rain, but it looks like hot temperatures will go aw
of baseball. live in san jose with the story, janine de la vega, what is this all about? >> reporter: well, this is a letter that chuck reid sent to bud sellic and there are other supporters of the proposed project. you can see it says behind us, come on bud in the aid to san jose. now they say the stadium could have been under construction by now and reed points out they put the stadiumish to you a a public vote because major league baseball asked them to but it was two years ago but they are in anticipation to putting a stadium there because they have great interest in putting the stadium there but if so they would have to give up territorial rights where they have a minor league team which they have refused to do. 75% would have to vote in favor of the a's in order to give up their claims, some locals shared their thoughts this morning. >> no, to me the giants is you know property owner or whatever you call it first -- the giant should you know have a say so too or write a letter because you know it is -- it is what is right and what is right. >> mayor
at stake. with me now, sports attorney and fox sports radio host from here in las vegas, are you not? >> i am. adam: is the government right to go after armstrong? he lied and made a lot of money, should he give them back? >> i totally think lance armstrong is going to go broke by the end of tis. he knowingly took performance-enhancing drugs, cheated his partners, his advertisers, but this is not water under the bridge. all of a sudden the unit states postal service wants the money back even they are pumping millions of dollars into lance armstrong and his team when they clearly knew the speculation surrounding this athlete at the time. the government has lost in the past, so they want to win some money back. with a lance armstrong. i think they will get lance armstrong to settle and get back a lot of theoney he took because he took that neyunder fraudulent terms. adam: i am curious, as an attorney, how doyou defend armstrong against th accusations because he stands to lose everything he has, doesn't he? >> absolutely. what it comes do to is the negotiations. as will have to be handled, wr
literally and one man is facing several charges as a result. janine de la vega is live in san jose to tell us more about how wal-mart plans to deal with all of this, janine? >> reporter: dave the wal-mart opened its doors and we just saw an employee doing that and they are hoping for a new day pause that is where he filled and hit two people. he intentionally crashed into the entrance of the store and the car landed itself on a beer display and witnesses say the driver got out of the car grabbed a blunt object and starting hitting people. at least one person and several employees were hurt and three were taken to the hospital in serious condition. workers are feeling uneasy this morning. >> i am shook up, it has never happened and i am a little shook up but i think it will be okay. the whole team is shook up and we will stay close and get through the day. >> the driver is described as 33 years old and he appeared to be under the influence of drugs. he faces assault and he was taken to the hospital and it is unknown what his condition is. the other employee tries to get the door open and th
and it is happening in an unincorporated part of san jose. janine de la vega is back with more, janine? >> reporter: even though they found a stabbing victim they think it might have been a shooting and as you mentioned, it is an unincorporated part of san jose and so far sheriff's deputies found at least one victim and they are unsure if that man is a suspect as well. deputies say at 3:15 this morning, neighbors started calling 911 after hearing gunshots. deputies searched the area and found bloody clothes and a cell phone but no victim. they began walking the neighborhood and found one young man which was parked behind a home unrelated to the incident and one of the men had a stab wound in the back of his head. >> reporter: no shooting victim was found but investigators believe there is another half to this as far as other rival gang members. they have not been able to find anybody, but right now those three men are not necessarily talking but at least one of them was transported to the hospital, we are told they are in layer late teens early 20s and you can see deputies are here searching the ar
into a house. janine de la vega is there at the crash scene with more on what happened, janine? >> reporter: there is still yellow caution tape around the house and the house is boarded up and parts of it are laying in the front lawn with broken glass and other debris. i spoke to the man who lives here and he said his wife is in critical condition in icu and he excused himself saying he has to take care of his two other children who were here during the accident. the car was speeding and lost control and one crashed into the home where a mother was cooking dinner and the other car crashed into a street sign outside. they say the cars were likely racing and the drivers were high school students and cousins. it sounded like an explosion and they ran to help the mother and her children inside. >> the car was in the house and she was where the kitchen used to be, she was cooking when it happened and she started complaining about her baby, she heard the baby crying and the guy who crashed into the house was going nuts and he said oh, my g-d there is a baby in there and he ran back in there. >> r
popularity, as las vegas and atlantic city are losing luster. "i think what you have to look at when you're doing a financial analysis is breakdown the united states casinos by destination resorts which is atlantic city las vegas and mississippi. there they have casino after casino just next to each other - and people have to get on an airplane, they have to stay in a hotel, and those destinations like atlantic city are hurting badly." in march, revenue at atlantic cities' "trump plaza casino hotel" were down 31 percent. cordish is concerned politicians may "overdo it" with gambling as a state revenue source -- which could eventually increase regional competition. burger king's c-e-o is ketching up to a new job.bernardo hees is heading to heinz.hees was known for cost custs at burger king, including layoffs.3g capital owns b-k and finalizes a deal with berkshire hathaway to buy heinz this summer.both say there are no immediate plans to trim expenses. mcdonalds is trying to make a fast fix with its employees. according to the wall street journal, the chain is pushing for employees to imp
's get another perspective on this from eduardo very big vega. you have been forthright to discussions about treatment and in your chronicle about laura's law that you think the need to help the vast majority of people who do want treatments. but aren't there cases as we are hearing today that force treatment is necessary? >> well, so i have been working in mental health field for about 22 years various places across the country. i have worked in crisis programs here and in new york city and pretty much ever phase of program there is. i have been a suicide prevention interventionist, i guess after this, the one thing i want to say that force is not treatment. one thing that we have learned in the community mental health system which was set up in the 60s partly to answer the need for social justice around mental health is that people respond to dignity and fair treatment. and the -- as an example of the -- i think that the psych so physiology is that it's still very coneject ral. that doesn't really matter. the one thing that i have realized in working with people in all sorts of stat
the temperatures are in the 50s in southern california. not bad in vegas at 64. phoenix feeling a little warmth at 70. still chilly through many areas from boise through washington and oregon. it is clear as could be. we're in a quiet weather pattern as we go throughout much of this week. clear nights and sunny days. no more big april rainstorms heading through the west. look at the april rainfall total. we've only had a trace of rain in los angeles. we've had very little in vegas. san francisco about a half inch. we did get a good dose of rain throughout this month from portland northwards up into washington state. we really needed it for the water supplies in the central portions of california and the sierra. it didn't happen this year, and it's not going to happen any time soon as you'll have a nice typical spring portland, no complaints of 68 and sunny. 68 and sunny is warmer than many areas in the midwest. >> you're good at this stuff. you should stick with weather. i like it. >> we'll see how it goes. >> i'll stay away, totally wrong based on what you were telling us there. >>> planes del
. and those winds are howling through las vegas. and eventually down through arizona. look at this map. it shows you in blue the darker blue is the advisories. the light blue is the wind warning. we either have wind warnings or advisories for about two-thirds of areas of the west including warnings around the vegas area. so just be careful out there driving, especially through the mountain passes or open, exposed areas. a lot of blowing stuff in the desert areas. and then the snowfall forecast, just a little left in there. northern nevada, also the wasatch range of the mountains of utah and then a full-fledged snowstorm for utah out for areas from wyoming through colorado tonight. so the forecast for today, the storm moves through. it's windy. not a lot of rain out there. a chance of maybe a stray thunderstorm in areas like phoenix. don't get that too often in your forecast. that's a look at your national forecast pattern has completely switched. the rockies now will be the stormy spot. >>> doesn't look like any huge rain events on the west coast this week. it looks like on wednesday m
the attack. this is janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> thank you, janine. they are back open this noontime after a deadly hit-and- run crash. three cars were involved around 530 this morning at military west. they are looking for the driver of the cadillac escalate tacoma pick up and was hit by the oncoming escalate. witnesses say he stopped got out of the car and he stopped once he saw the driver was dead. >>> and it was raining in lafayette and a camera caught two carlsbadly damaged in the middle lanes and there are reports that a third car that caused the crash a caused them to take them to the hospital with minor injuries. this is an important reminder to slow down. >>> here is a live look outside right now and we are getting a mention of sunshine still coming down in part of the bay area and it left pretty good puddles and standing water. a delay program is in effect until 2:00 this afternoon and the arrival time shows they are almost an hour behind schedule. oakland and san jose are not reporting any weather reported delays. >>> well, the system last week finally decide
el ex entrenador de las vegas. >> y varios jugadores más. >> los cardenales terminaron como nuevos monarcas al vecer a michigan. >> en el fútbol de inglaterra se jugo el dervy. donde vemos como la celebración esta presentada y manchester city se lleva la victoreia. >> los que conocen y saben. >> real madrid a superado 21 eliminatorias. >> si anota el día de mañana podría igualar a los mejores goleadores del cuadro blanco y la sucursal de los gigantes supero a las vegas. >> el cantautor juanes habla de su proyecto. >> ♪. >> el cantante colombiano juanes se presenta con su nueva biografia. >> donde cuenta de su familia y su carrera. >> persiguiendo el sol tiene que ver con su paso po los angeles. >> "no tenía mucho dinero, no hablaba el idioma... era donde había todo pero no tenía nada" >> también detalla uno de los momentos más doloros de mi vida. >> la muerte de su padre. >> sentí que finalmente estaba conectado. >> y para juanes la familia siempre ha sido una gran prioridad. >> necesitaba estar en la casa. >> y cuando les dije que me iba de viaje, ellos estaban tran
, there is no doubt it will give way to afternoon sunshine. am i going to janine de la vega? yes, janeane what do you have for us? >> that is all right, steve, as you mentioned, it is wet and the rain has created several problems this morning. janine de la vega is at a crash, she is there and it is too early to know if it was the wet roads which caused the crash. >> reporter: we are here on -- we are here and this white lincoln navigator crashed into a palm tree and again the roads are wet. let's go to video which was taken in the lat half hour, no other vehicles were involved in this again and the driver, for some unknown reason, we don't know if it was the slick roads
is doubling down on a large outdoor park on the vegas strip. david: sound like fun. turbulence ahead. meanwhile with the airlines, lines at the airport just got a lot longer as sequester cuts kick in. how bad is it going to get. is it worse, we're live at reagan international airport. we want to hear from you. senate allows states to impose sales tax on all online purchases. this is the biggie. this is the internet tax we heard about for so long. would this make you less likely to shop on the internet? log on to facebook.co facebook.com/afterthebell, tell us what you think. we'll read your answer as little later this hour. ♪ . [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire whene's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on hisortfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob n retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. liz: been a long time since we've seen a stock react lik
vote from the city council, janine de la vega joins us to explain how the city will show its support for gay marriages, good morning janine. >>> right now the city does not have a policy on historic events but last night they felt they needed to raise the rainbow flag in downtown. it will be raised in front of palo alto city hall and they will authorize a city manager to pass the resolution. 76% of voters rejected proposition 8 back in 2008 which defines marriage between a man and woman. nearly two dozen counties including san mateo and marin have opposed prop 8. last week they heard oral arguments of prop 8 and they are expected to make a decision in june which enforces palo alto's support for restoring marriage equality for gays lesbians in california. they don't know exactly when they will raise the flag since the decision was made last night but we plan on asking residents of palo alto how they feel about this decision reporting live in palo alto, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> they have released new information in the city's bay view district after being shot by police. they s
at that, there is no doubt it will give way to afternoon sunshine. am i going to janine de la vega? yes, janeane what do you have for us? >> that is all right, steve, as you mentioned, it is wet and the rain has created several problems this morning. janine de la vega is at a crash, she is there and it is too early s the wet roads which caused the crash. >> reporter: we are here on -- we are here and this white lincoln navigator crashed into a palm tree and again the roads are wet. let's go to video which was taken in the lat half hour, no other vehicles were involved in this again and the driver, for some unknown reason, we don't know if it was the slick roads or if alcohol played a factor, she was in her 20s and she crashed into a palm tree and was rushed to the hospital and right now they think it is minor injuries. we have been driving on 880 as well as many and again police and chp have their eyes out and they are watching for traffic accidents and i have also been keeping my eye on the chp incident page to look for accidents and there are not too many here in the south bay and th
. >> they have signed paper work to anddite the man suspected of killing three people in las vegas. he is due to be sent from los angeles to las vegas by may 10. a status hearing is set for next wednesday. he is accuse of shooting a man. his car crashed into a taxi, killing the driver and a passengers. >>> scientists are expressing excitement about a nasa project supported by the president. ktvu's robert handa is live where scientists talked about studying astroids is crucial. >>> the presidented -- >> reporter: the president said it should be a higher budget priority than returning to the moon and today many say it is a spart decision, especially -- smart decision, especially if we can to go deeper into space. >> reporter: nasa wants to make the initiative reality. the $1.5 million project could send a space capture to redirect a largasttroid to orbit near the moon and they will send scientists to the asteroid to study it. he led an expedition when a meat crashed 5 -- meteor crashed five years ago. >> one type of astroids tells a story about the earth, how did things became the way they are
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of an ambulance company after just a year and a half. janine de la vega is live to tell us about the problems that led to that decision, janine? >> reporter: county officials are watching just how quickly santa clara ambulances arrived to emergency calls. according to a new report, the county has fail lend short am -- fallen short. they require the ambulance county arrived less than 20 minutes 90% of the time after being dispatched. according to the information the ambulance company violated its contract and did not arrive within the 12 minute required timeframe. the county executive said with one more violation, the county may have to consider terminating its contract with the ambulance company. they did not put people at risk but they would have been vulnerable if a disaster would have occurred. they reportedly are taking this matter seriously and in its last two reviews, they excited its -- exceeded its response time and we have not heard back but we hope to bring you their response in the morning news. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> san francisco city supervisors are
. janine de la vega will have the investigation on this easter morning scare. >>> a decision could come today on whether the city of stockton could receive bankruptcy protection. it is the first to challenge pension law. they are stopped on money it borrowed in 2007 to pay cal mention. and the bickest debt is the pension obligation. >>> and they are trying to reduce traffic between novato and petaluma. work on the sonoma started two years ago and crews are widening rains. this is costing about 50 million loll lores and most is coming from a transfer day. >> we are looking at traffic in the area. >> right now we are doing pretty well as you get up in the morning but you will see wet roads and that will be the theme here at least for a while on the morning roads and these roads will be a little wet and some may dry off. bay bridge toll has is a and there are no major problems by the way. >>> and getting up to highway 17, we are off to a decent start and i am looking at a couple of fender benders and so far we are doing okay. let's go to sal. the rain
for you later this morning. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a woman was killed in a crash on highway 1 in bodega bay overnight. the chp said her car went off the road in sonoma county shortly before 9:30 last night. it runs alongside the road and firefighters say the woman died at the scene but her friends made it out okay. >> upon arrival, three people were out of the vehicle and one deceased was out. >> two people were taken to the hospital with minor injuries and they have not said whether alcohol was involved and it was raining at the time of the crash. >>> one person was injured after arraign related injury in lafayette. our cameras brought two badly damaged cars and there are reports that a third car, the one that caused the crash left the scene. highway patrol says people need to slow down when it is raining. >>> san francisco police are searching for a gunman who shot two people on a muni bus. paul chambers is in san francisco right now and you've got a description of the suspect, paul? >>> good morning, police have
by arming the syrian rebels. >>> a big vote from the city council, janine de la vega joins us to explain how the city will show its support for gay marriages, good morning janine. >>> right now the city does not have a policy on historic events but last night they felt they needed to raise the rainbow flag in downtown. it will be raised in front of palo alto city hall and they will authorize a city manager to pass the resolution. 76% of voters rejected proposition 8 back in 2008 which defines marriage between a man and woman. nearly two dozen counties including san mateo and marin have opposed prop 8. last week they heard oral arguments of prop 8 and they are expected to make a decision in june which enforces palo alto's support for restoring marriage equality for gays lesbians in california. they don't know exactly when they will raise the flag since the decision was made last night but we plan on asking residents of palo alto how they feel about this decision reporting live in palo alto, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> they have released new informa
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" to discuss. cheryl: all right, mgm spending a million bucks to bring a new york vibe to vegas. that's up in the "west coast minute." dennis: amazon jumping into the tv game. first, a look at today's s&p's winners and losers. ♪ @ ourselves in a large. we take a closer look at the auto sector. the kings in sacramento. california business making an offer to buy the team coming kevin na west coast minute. lights, camera, amazon. jeff raise us a tv producer, that is ahead in the media minute. stocks every 15 minutes, nicole petallides on the floor of the stock exchange continuing to watch apple which continues to sit below $400 a share. nicole: so many people love apple, love the technology, love all their products and yet this is a stock over $700 and right now at $3.94, a couple things to know. we start with what is that over this period of time. this is the yearly, all you see is green and red. 2003 it was green, 49%, 201%, 123%. in 2007 you got 133%. all these years over the last since 2003 were green arrows and even last year and gain of 31%. apple shareholders had a nice run. jus
. >>> a customer is accused of trying to poison customers at a starbucks. janine de la vega found out what she was doing differently when she found out what was happening, janine? >> reporter: you cannot buy bottled orange juice and they have removed all bottled juices and they want to be safe considering what happened yesterday. the manager called 911 after a customer reported a woman acting suspiciously. he watched her take evolution fresh orange juice and swapped them out with two bottles of the same orange juice from a bag she brought and put them on the shelf. she told employees, they examined the bottles and noticed the seals were broken and there was a toxic smell. we were told by starbucks management that the other bottle, they found nail polish remover. >> it is crossing a big line and i never heard of something like that having somebody come in purposefully lacing a beverage for somebody else to buy, that is way out there. >> reporter: the employee took down the woman's license plate number and she was tracked down 4 miles away and police arrested her and she was booked for felony po
101. janine de la vega is live in san jose with information on the sig-alert that has been issued. janine? >> reporter: take a look behind me. you can see the cement truck is on its side here in the southbound 280 to northbound one connector ramp. this happened -- northbound 101 connector ramp. right now the chp is working on possibly closing this very soon. i'm joined by an officer from the california highway patrol. what appears to have happened. >> well, this morning we got a call of a solo collision on this ramp, involving a cement ramp to overturned on the side. >> reporter: what caused the driver to do this? >> at this point we're not sure. it's still an investigation. possible load shift, possibly speed. >> reporter: how is this affecting traffic right now? tell me what's closed? >> right now, we have the story road onramps are closed. we're rerouting traffic on story road. and then as soon as we shut down this we'll reroute. >> reporter: i know there's not that many commuting. but there's still people on the road. how long will the closures last? >> not exactly sure the le
on the 280 ramp to northbound 101. janine de la vega is live in san jose with information on the sig-alert that has been issued. janine? >> reporter: take a look behind me. you can see the cement truck is on its side here in the southbound 280 to northbound one connector ramp. this happened -- northbound 101 connector ramp. right now the chp is working on possibly closing this very soon. i'm joined by an officer from the california highway patrol. what appears to have happened. >> well, this morning we got a call of a solo collision on this ramp, involving a cement ramp to overturned on the side. >> reporter: what caused the driver to do this? >> at this point we're not sure. it's still an investigation. possible load shift, possibly speed. >> reporter: how is this affecting traffic right now? tell me what's closed? >> right now, we have the story road onramps are closed. we're rerouting traffic on story road. and then as soon as we shut down this we'll reroute. >> reporter: i know there's not that many commuting. but there's still people on the
citizens issues in minnesota or veterans issues in connecticut, job training programs in nevada, vegas pbs is the largest job trainer in the entire state of nevada nature contract with the hospitality industry out there, and so these kinds of services will be curtailed by the sequester. we hope that things will get back to normal a bit once the sequester is completed, but this will hurt, and the quantity of our service will be deem minimum issued. we don't think the quality will but we won't be able to produce as much in programming and community service in this condition as we otherwise would be able to do. >> how well would you say that public broadcasting is doing to keep up with how viewers access content on digital products? >> guest: well, we have a good success story here. pbs.org is the most heavily trafficked internet site on the nonprofit side. it's the biggest.org" --".org"" in the country, and when pbs contracts for programming it contracts for use across 16 platforms. 16 internet and other kinds of distribution platforms, and so we're mobile, we're on the internet, we're on te
is a psychiatrist and laura's law advocate and eduardo vega of the mental health association of san francisco. let me start by opposing a question to karen chen from the public defenders office. karen, can you -- how about if you start by giving us an overview of how the city handles this conflict between treatment and civil liberties. >> an involuntary hold starts in san francisco when a peace officer or a clinician makes the determination that the person is due to a mental disorder, is a danger to others or danger to self or gravely disabled. gravely disabled means that person does not have the ability to provide for basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter. and the legal representation starts in most cases the first 3 days of the involuntary hold during the initial psychiatric evaluation and then the legal representation also continues with if the person is asked to be stayed or referred for further treatment up to 14 days. during this phase, the attorneys will represent the clients about whether or not they will have to stay on this hold, whether they have to take medications. if a pers
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